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Dysphoria is characterized by deep dissatisfaction with life. It differs from depression in that it’s considered a symptom, not a condition. Various types of dysphoria include rejection sensitive dysphoria, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, and gender dysphoria.  Gender dysphoria is a condition that exists because of society, not individual pathology.  Dysphoria treatments…

It’s disingenuous to celebrate diversity in America without also confronting racism. Individual factors like personality, in-group bias, insecurity, and fear can fuel racial prejudice. But racism is about more than psychology; it’s about society. To achieve equality, people need to tackle structural racism as well as personal prejudice.  Diversity can…

The LGBTQIA+ community consists of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex, and asexual individuals. While society is growing increasingly supportive, LGBTQIA+ individuals still face unique challenges that can harm their mental health and overall wellbeing.  But with the help of an LGBTQIA-based counselor, who can help their clients…

Sleep paralysis is a terrifying and poorly understood phenomenon. Sufferers find themselves suddenly partially awake with their eyes open but unable to move as an evil and malevolent entity creeps toward their bed.   Sleep paralysis isn’t the same as having a nightmare–sufferers are aware of their surroundings, sleeping position,…

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